Question about Dishwashers
Don't try running the machine without water, as I suspect you can burn out the pump. Our machine wasn't getting enough water, so we removed the water intake valve and cleaned out a bit of grit that came thro the water line. If you are hooked up to a well system, there is always the chance the valve's screen can be clogged. Do you have excessively hot water? A repairman told me that after about 5 yrs, water intake valves have a rubber part (washer?) that expands with the heat and blocks the water from flowing into the machine. This turned out to be our problem - it's an easy part to replace. As for an almost new machine, this hardly seems possible. Sorry I can't be more help.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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